Today will feature light mixed precipitation as a weak cold front moves through the region. Radar imagery this morning shows a band of steady but light precipitation moving through northern and northeastern parts of the area as of 8:45 AM with a bit more still off to our west. Temps along the coastal plain are above freezing this morning, which means that plain rain is falling. Farther inland, temps at the surface are below freezing which means a mix of sleet and freezing rain is expected. While no significant ice accretion is anticipated, it only takes a thin glaze on untreated surfaces to make them quite slippery!
Precip will taper off as the front passes this afternoon. A few breaks in the overcast are possible across NH before sunset but otherwise expect mostly cloudy skies region-wide. Highs will range from 35 in the north to 45 along the southern coast.